On my workdesk this week are the preparations for the workshop I'm doing next Monday. To the right I have prepped up the make and take which the ladies will be doing. I'm in the process of using the new bingo stamp from SU to make up some bingo cards - thought we'd have a game of bingo as an ice breaker. I'm going to use different coloured cardstock for each bingo card to show off the colour families. Still lots more to do including making sure I've made a list of everything used and what I need to take along (I generally forget at least one thing). Going to check out what fellow WOYWW have been up this week on Julia's blog Stamping Ground
It's been a mixed week - over the weekend we found out our grandaughter Elisha has Type 1 diabetes and has been in hospital for several days while they sort out her sugar levels and educate our son and his wife in giving her insulin injections. Poor Elisha can't understand at this age why and obviously it's hurting at the moment. It will take time I know for them to get used to this adjustment but hopefully they will take on board everything and Elisha can lead a normal life.
Sunday we had the pleasure of taking Logan out for a few hours to Stover Country Park and then to Buckfasleigh to see the trains. Logan had great fun running around the country park and it was wonderful being out in the fresh air and sunshine with him. We played peek a boo in the wooded areas and had a thoroughly fun time. We hopefully tired him out for mum and dad.
I am starting yet another job in just over a week, still working for the same company but going back to doing a job I did just over ten years ago. It means I will have my own regular days and hours, no more wondering what hours I will be doing from week to week. It also means I will no longer be working weekends so hopefully more time to spend crafting and going out with the grandchildren - yippee!